Google's popular Android Nexus 7 tablet is currently available in two variants: the 8GB model priced at $200 and a 16GB model for $250. If several ads are to be believed, Google is finally preparing a third model with 32GB.
UK retailer Carphone Warehouse had its inventory show a 32GB model, and now three more online listings have also listed the 32GB Nexus 7.
"All three listings have the same part number and two of them have a matching UPC included," said Android Police. "None of them have an image, but we all know what a Nexus 7 looks like -- just imagine it with more storage inside."
Two of the listings showcase a $269 and $272.18 price for the device, with one even saying it'll ship within the next two weeks. Although it may be a placeholder description, the listings also reveal that the 32GB model will feature Bluetooth 2.1 instead of 3.0.
While fans have been demanding a 32GB model since the tablet's launch, those looking to pick up the device for as low as $100 will be disappointed to hear that PC manufacturer Asus recently denied a 7-inch "entry level" Nexus tablet.